Date & Time
Oct 26, 2020
2:00PM - 5:00PM
Additional session at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, Oct 28
The Annual Symposium is designed to foster understanding and collaboration around current health care practice and research in New York, build bridges among health services researchers and practitioners, and showcase the New York health services research community.
Agenda below; click here to register now.
Monday, October 26
Katherine Baicker, PhD, Dean and Emmett Dedmon Professor, University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy
Dr. Baicker, a nationally renowned health care economist, will discuss health reform, improved value, and decreased spending in the context of the COVID-19 era. Her keynote will examine provider, payer, and taxpayer perspectives on the current pandemic and its potential impact on the health care environment and coverage approaches, including further Medicaid expansion, a public option, or a single-payer system.
Monday Research Presentations
- Caregiver Knowledge of Social Services at time of Pediatric Social Determinants of Health Screening
- Panel - Health Care Workforce
- COVID-19 Impacts on New York Medicaid Providers: Health Care Transformation Through Expanded Scope of Practice and Telemedicine
- Quality of Primary Care for Medicaid Enrollees in New York: A Comparison Between Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants
- Experiences of Home Health Care Workers in New York City During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic
- Gender Differences in New Physician Income
Monday Lightning Round: COVID-19 and Hospitals
- Successful Long-Range Triage of COVID-19 Patients: An Experience of >150 Mile Transfer in New York State
- Early Experience with a Hospital-based COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Treatment Program
- Hospitalization Events Following Community-Based Testing in the New York COVID-19 Pandemic Outbreak
- Seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies and Associated Epidemiological Factors Among Healthcare Workers at a Large Health Care System in Connecticut
Wednesday October 28
Dr. Moro O. Salifu, Professor & Chairman, Department of Medicine, Edwin C. and Anne K. Weiskopf Endowed Chair in Nephrology, Chief, Division of Nephrology, State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Health Sciences University, and Director of the Brooklyn Health Disparities Center
Dr. Salifu will discuss the history of systemic racism that underlies the disproportionate impact of COVID on marginalized populations. He will discuss how policies to protect these populations during the pandemic were insufficient, and how that reality can inform the health system focus on social determinants of health moving forward.
Wednesday Research Presentations
- Views on the Need to Implement Restriction Policies to Be Able to Address COVID-19 In the United States.
- Panel – Caring for New Yorkers During the Pandemic
- Caring Connections: Improving Patient/Family Communications Using I-Pads During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Improving and Expediting Critical Decisions for Hospital Admissions During the COVID-19 Surge
- COVID-19 and Chronic Disease in New York City: A Need to Strengthen Primary Care Systems to Address Deepening Health Disparities
- Addressing Household Food Insecurity Through a Clinical-Community Partnership in Response to COVID-19
Wednesday Lightning Round: Virtual Care & Connections During COVID
- A Novel Workflow and Barriers Observed for Remote Telemedicine Enrollment Seen in One New York City Hospital Cohort During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- From In-Person to Virtual Delivery: How Organizations Serving Populations Disproportionately Impacted by COVID-19 Were Able to Adapt their National Diabetes Prevention Programs
- Implementing a Call Center to Promote Equitable Health Access for Patients in Neighborhoods with Disproportionate COVID-19 Impact
Registration covering both sessions of the live webcast is $45 per person.
For questions about event, please contact Hollis Holmes at 212-494-0761 or email@example.com.